Her Sanctuary

Her Sanctuary Shannon Mallory was a woman on the runt from outside forces but from her own wounded heart When she pulled up into the parking lot of The Last Resort Caf in the town of Sanctuary little did she know

  • Title: Her Sanctuary
  • Author: P.Q. Glisson
  • ISBN: 9781450202268
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Paperback
  • Shannon Mallory was a woman on the runt from outside forces but from her own wounded heart When she pulled up into the parking lot of The Last Resort Caf in the town of Sanctuary , little did she know she would find the one thing she never even knew she was searching forue love.Seth Proudfoot wasn t looking for anything, except an end to his miserable exisShannon Mallory was a woman on the runt from outside forces but from her own wounded heart When she pulled up into the parking lot of The Last Resort Caf in the town of Sanctuary , little did she know she would find the one thing she never even knew she was searching forue love.Seth Proudfoot wasn t looking for anything, except an end to his miserable existence Accused of a crime he couldn t remember committing, he was ostracized by a town that, ironically, bore the name of the one thing he could never find.Sanctuary When the two meet, neither can ignore the magnetic pull between them, but will Shannon allow her damaged spirit to trust a mana man who may have murdered his own family Though Shannon is the most beautiful woman he has ever seen, it is her spirit that breaks down the iron clad shield around his heart Their desire burns hotter than the Arizona desert, threatening to melt the very mountains that loom like silent Gods above their heads But can their love survive a betrayal that could very well cost them both their lives
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    • NewMoonGirl (Hazel) says:

      Her Sanctuary was a brilliant read! Right from the first chapter I was hooked & wanted to read on. I needed to find out more about Shannon's past and then theres Seth with those stunningly gorgeous blue eyes who after the death of his wife & child became completely separated from society. He cannot remember why the accident happened that day and the town people believe he deliberately murdered his family due to rumors of his wife having an affair with his childhood friend Joseph.As soon [...]

    • (Kelly)~Got Fiction?~ Oakes says:

      First off, bear with me while I explain the 2 star rating I gave this book. I enjoyed the book as a whole well enough, but some of the thinking behind the storyline had me on a rollercoaster of emotions, ranging from confused to a bit upset.We open with what appears to be a hippie type, RV driving traveler named Shannon Mallory who stumbles across a small town named Sanctuary. This is good base and very interesting in the beginning. Shannon has a past, and most of us can relate to her character; [...]

    • Michelle, the Bookshelf StalkerQueen of the Undead says:

      I am not into pure romance stories. I’m also usually very suspicious of stories where the main female character instantly falls in love even though she has a horrible abusive past (including almost being killed). I was seriously worried when I started the book, skeptical and usually I would put the book down at this point. However, I was compelled to give the book a chance. I kept on reading and I was not disappointed. I loved the story and the setting. The author is successful in making me wa [...]

    • P.Q. Glisson says:

      Her SanctuaryBeing the author of this book, I find it difficult to review without sounding boastful, but I will say that I had a wonderful time writing it. The characters of Seth and Shannon seemed to take on a life of their own. Their passion was breathtaking and beautiful to watch. Shannon's struggle to escape from an abusive ten year marriage was heartbreaking while Seth's guilt at the deaths of his wife and child made you want to hold him and comfort him. His imperfectly beautiful face and w [...]

    • Rick F. says:

      P.Q. Glisson has written a stunningly good novel - Her Sanctuary was one of the most affecting book I have read- the plot is both exciting and original- but it is the characters that make this book many notches above your ordinary Romance Thriller- The character of Seth Proudfoot is one of the most original characters I have ever encountered- both complex and so very real- he will be long remembered after reading this gem of a novel- I cannot recommend this book more highly- it has it all- a ver [...]

    • Meghan says:

      Spoilers Ahead, but its really not possible for me to ruin the book any more than the author has. Problems with this book:Takes place in present day United States. The protagonist's "loving" parents sold her to an old man when she was sixteen. That means they weren't loving parents. Please don't describe them as loving parents. Toward the end of the book, protagonist gets kidnapped. The male character (hereafter called "hero") rescues her by taking a pony into the wilderness, digesting a concoct [...]

    • Ellen Maze says:

      "Sanctuary" is a town where, after escaping the sexual abuse of her husband, Shannon lands while checking off items on her bucket-list. What happens when she moves in, finds a job, and meets Seth is what becomes "our" sanctuary of entertainment and thrills.Most everyone who has reviewed this book agrees that Seth (the hero) is the most compelling character of all. His good looks, his brooding way, his tragic past -- all combine to make us fall for him at least as hard as Shannon does in this boo [...]

    • Steven says:

      First my thoughts were, this is feeling like a lovey dovey romance novel and not really my cup of tea but Glisson had such a flow with her words and a style that actually held my interest. Then she totally pulls an all out surprise in the middle and to the end, she takes this story on a turn into an almost thriller/action story. I was highly impressed with Glisson's skills and think she could eventually tackle any genre out there. I also have to say that she can actually write extremely visual a [...]

    • Nic says:

      Her Sanctuary was a great read. It was a story of two people both deserving of love who meet and fall in love. Shannon and Seth both had tortured past that they both had to overcome and their love for each help them to move on. It was definitely hot and steamy but it also had heart as well. A great first novel by PQ Glisson and look forward to reading what she writes next.

    • ~Tina~ says:

      Her Sanctuary is a tale of two souls that are haunted and tormented by there past. It's about finding someone that makes you want to breath again. It's about second chances and the life you were meant to live.Seth and Shannon's story is both heartbreaking and exhilarating. This is a love story that I wont soon forget.At first I wasn't sure about this particular kind of writing style as we get multiple pov's from different characters, sometimes at once. While it did invade some of the mystery, I [...]

    • Lisarenee says:

      Shannon is a former New Orleans socialite. Seth is a social outcast. They say you can't judge a book by it's cover and the same is true for people. Sometimes there's more to them then meets the eye. Shannon suffered 10 years in an abusive marriage. She has spent the last 3 years recovering from her ordeal and trying to find herself. She has a list of things she wants to do. The current item she's attempting to knock off her list is traveling across the US.Seth has spent the last 3 years dealing [...]

    • Natasha Curulli says:

      This book was a fabulous read; the storyline started from the first page and hooked me immediately. The main character Shannon was amazing. Such a strong, kind and passionate person - you will fall in love with her and her story immediately. Not to mention the extremely steamy romance she has with Seth. The way P.Q. Wrote this novel really was beautiful and this is now one of my favorite stories. Thank- you for finding the courage to self publish. This story is unique , well written and totally [...]

    • Brianna (The Book Vixen) says:

      In her motor home, Shannon Mallory drives through a small town called Sanctuary and stops at the Last Resort Cafe for breakfast. While she’s eating, the guy with the piercing blue eyes sitting all alone in the booth at the far end of the restaurant catches her attention. He leaves while Shannon is asking Irene, the waitress/owner, about the help wanted sign. She gets the job and starts the next day. Seth Proudfoot, half white, half Native American, is a looker. He married his childhood sweethe [...]

    • CorLostForWords says:

      I'll admit I was unprepared for the amount of sexual gratification there is in this novel. If you are a fan of lots of smut, then this is the book for you. If not, I'd highly advise not picking it up. The story opens with Shannon rolling into a little town called Sanctuary, and as she is inquiring about work in a small diner, she happens to see Seth and sparks fly. They both are attracted to each other and quickly develop a relationship. I was surprised at how quickly they consummated their rela [...]

    • Bookworms says:

      Well at first if you expect a book about werewolf, vampire or other supernatural beings, you are wrong because I mad the same mistake. I don’t know why but I thought this is a Fantasy book, well maybe because of the cover it looks like a book about werewolf. Ok, but so I mad a short trip beside my routine of fantasy books.Well, the story begins good and I thought about Sookie as I read it. A young girl come to a bar and ask for a job as a waitress and then she meets her true love. Seth. Both h [...]

    • Lacey says:

      Her Sanctuary was a perfect blend of romance and stuggle. From the moment I picked up this novel I had to struggle to put it down. The characters were so well developed and the storyline was outstanding. Be warned though this is not for any young readers, this is an adult book and you do get to see the romance blossom. This book made me fall in love with my soul mate whoever he may be. I would totally recommend this book to anyone who believes in love and is struggling to find it.In this book th [...]

    • Amanda says:

      This review can also be found here - thebookboudoir/20I hate writing a review that doesn't involve praise for an authors hard work. I had high hopes when I started Her Sanctuary. Unfortunately, it took me over a month to read it because I read just a few pages at a time. I just couldn't get into it, sadly. I felt like the story idea was a good concept but all things considered, it was too rushed. There was too much tragedy packed into one book, in my opinion. Especially within the first one hund [...]

    • Lisa says:

      2.5 out of 5 - While I enjoyed the story and the characters overall, there were a couple of draw backs. The characters were likable enough, but for two people that had so much past hurt, it seemed unlikely they would let it all disappear so quickly. Things moved too quickly to be believable for me. I enjoyed their love story, but time needed to be dragged out a bit. Also, Seth was discribed as a large Indian with a temper, however throughout the story he seemed like a softy. He started out calli [...]

    • Jenny Q says:

      3.5The rating (like all my ratings) is only based upon my enjoyment of the reading, not the writer's English skill.There were hundreds of errors to the writing and English, including some grammar, punctuation, quotations, misspellings, some misuse of words (like here and hear), and it's obvious the book lacked editing or was hurried through. I'm not a grammar or English fanatic of others' work, so I was easily able to fix it all as I read along and continued 'til the end. I'm totally fine with i [...]

    • Fhal says:

      i didn't finish this book yet. I didn't have the stomach to finish it. I'm really sorryBUT I enjoyed all the chapters I read. All were written differently and all were written with humor. I had moments where I was really itchin to know what happened next. There were times when I laughed and smiled. Never did I disllike this book but this isn't a book for me just yet. This book is not for my age group but I enjoyed the parts I read :)Beautifully written. It would put a smile on your face. And Ms. [...]

    • wolf spirit says:

      This book took my breath. I felt as if i was part of the characters and that i felt the love that the characters shared with each other. This book comes to show you that even when your past haunts you that love will always help mend a broken heart or a fragile heart that was broken of pain and deception. In this book i was caught back by how much creative and how much soul and passion can become and turn a reader in believing everthing of how love should be and even in the most darkest places ar [...]

    • LiteraryChanteuse says:

      Straight away I was attracted to the character of Seth. His strong, mysterious persona was so intriguing. The story dragged slightly but towards the middle to end it became so exciting that the book took a whole other surprising direction. Over all a great read!

    • Evelyn Amaro says:

      Review to come!

    • Clayton Bye says:

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    • Mily Lou says:

      THIS REVIEW IS A SPOILERSorry about my grammar errors and miss spellings I have a learning disability. I like the beginning part of the book. In the middle of the book it started to get a little slow and sometime I’d catch myself day dreaming about what I am going to read next. WHAT’S WRONG ABOUT ROMANCE AUTHORSThe woman in the book was a little traumatized because of what happened to her in her past. Witch I could understand. The thing I don’t like about authors is that they make male cha [...]

    • DeadGirl Drama says:

      “A Solid Romance, but Light on Substance”The Plot: This book is about Shannon, a troubled young woman trying to escape her past in the remote town of Sanctuary. Shannon was sold into an arranged marriage at 16 where she was expected to be a sex slave to her wealthy, evil husband. After 10 years of slavery, Shannon kills her dominating husband in self-defense and is left with emotional scars that could rival any. Enter Seth. Seth is part Native American and grew up an outcast from his tribe. [...]

    • Greenfairylv says:

      The chemistry between the main character Seth and Shannon was HOT, HOT, HOT. Sexy Indian? Check. Sexy shower scenes? Check. Intense romance? Check. This book had all of those. These two are always at each other, in the sense, if they were pieces of candy they’d eat each other alive. I really don’t think they could ever, in a lifetime, get enough of one another. Seth has a beautiful mane, mysterious eyes, rock hard tanned body. Shannon is beautiful with eyes you could swim in. If you could re [...]

    • Lover of Romance says:

      Her Sanctuary starts out with a young woman "Shannon" who has definitely had some struggles in her young life. Living in a motor home, she comes to a town and arrives at a diner called the "Last Resort Cafe" where she finds a job, a sweet old couple that are angels, and a enigmatic man whose eyes entrance her. There is something deep hidden beneath those eyes and Shannon definitely wants to discover what it is. She is drawn toward him like she has never been drawn to another being in her life. S [...]

    • Heather in FL says:

      I'm going to agree with what several others have said about this book already. While I enjoyed the overall story, I had trouble with Shannon falling for Seth so quickly based on her history, but I suppose it was necessary to understand how much she meant to him when she was kidnapped and vice versa. And while I love good sex scenes in my stories, it tended to get to be too much, especially at the end. They had Joseph restrained (temporarily) and I think there were two or three more times they me [...]

    • N.L. Riviezzo says:

      The general premise of this book was good and I liked the inclusion of certain Native American beliefs.There's a lot of sex in this book. The main characters were like bunny rabbits in heat. It is amazing they even came up for air for anything.I could have done with a little less sex, it became rather tedious to read after awhile.The pacing of this story was really odd. It went really quickly for awhile, slowed down to a crawl then preceded to alternate between quick and slow until the end.I did [...]

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